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Relax in the psychedelic atmosphere with painters, clothing designers, jewelers, and sculptures.
A unique movement and wellness ceneter specializing in Pilates, Pilates based training, Yoga, Bellydance, Acupuncture, Massage Therapy and much more.
Great drink prices with a no frills look, attitude, pool table and great people.
For tourists, it's a reliable place to dine in Fells Point and the only place to get one of those eat bertha's mussels bumper stickers. For locals, it's a cozy, homey restaurant and bar, and the only place to get Bertha's mussels, which are still worth a trip.
Greek food--who knew? No greasy rotating column of anonymous gyro meat in this classy cultured pearl of a restaurant. Yes the food is Greek, but it's the food of a seaside gem on some tiny Aegean isle where dinner was swimming in the ocean only hours ago. Black Olive prides itself on using only truly fresh and organic ingredients, simply prepared to allow the food's own excellence to shine. Best bet is to select from the catch of the day, on ice by the kitchen. Have it grilled and served with the Black Olive's proprietary sauce that enhances both the sweetness and salinity of the exquisitely fresh fish. A little savory bread pudding (made with olive bread) on the side is also advised.
A bar submerged in traditional Latino culture is a great place to end your night after dining at any one of Fells Point's Mexican restaurants. Cash only.
Pub atmosphere decorated with boating and sailing accessories that serves seafood fare.
The first Salvadoran restaurant along the Broadway strip to openly court a gringo clientele, this white-tablecloth spot is more inviting and finished looking than its ramshackle Spanish Town precursors. The food served is very similar, though--groaning servings of plain, simple, modestly spiced food. The value-priced combination platters are artless concoctions of dense papusas, endless refried beans, yummy tamales, fried plantains, and marinated beef. Seafood selections from the mesquite grill help to raise up the fare. Restaurante El Trovador is the place to take newcomers to try this starchy, satisfying cuisine.
Restaurant in the basement of the Admiral Fell Inn.
Blues club in the heart of Fells Point with a menu of soul food, burgers, and seafood.
You can't unpack this kind of ambiance from a shipping crate; it takes decades. The warm, patina-ed hardwood throughout, the massive bar, the smell of steamed shrimp and Old Bay, the quiet dining room decorated with European paintings and African sculpture, the bustling outdoor patio. John Steven is like an old buddy who's still at the end of the bar while others come and go. The staff puts out expert fish and seafood entrées--daily specials never disappoint. Crab cakes rank with the best around town. The taps offer a refined and tasty selection. And the steamed shrimp you smelled when you crossed the threshold? Order a pound of jumbos. Outstanding.
Hard crabs, fried seafood, and massive servings of lasagna at a smoky, friendly, and (very) casual watering hole. Value-conscious specials on Sunday (lasagna or spaghetti), Thursday (ribs), and Wednesday (burgers). Serious karaoke on
weekends with 3,000-plus-title songbook.
"Wonderful, friendly local coffee shop catering to local and tourist cliental. This shop also offers a wide selection of home made pastries and speciality sandwiches. Ice coffee is served with coffee ice cubes for a unique coffee experience."
Mehek's sherbet-fresh ambiance and pretty platings instantly set apart this new Fells Point Indian restaurant. The contemporary aesthetics and modern table settings, along with a graphically impressive menu, make first-time diners feel like they're in capable, experienced hands, and they are. The greens that accompany appetizers are fresher here, the garnishing more thoughtful, and food that elsewhere lacks visual pleasure is loaded with it at Mehek. Skewers and kebabs are the house specialty. The food itself comes in manageably moderate portions and has a light touch. The hot stuff could be hotter, though, and the service can be oddly aloof.
Full-size entrees now grace this small-plates menu, although the tapas remain the key draw: beef tartare and seafood carpaccio are very beautiful.
"Premium Sandwiches ...mmmmm Toasty!"
College menu with two levels, pool tables, and an extensive tavern type menu consisting of burgers, seafood, and entrees.
Pub grub served in a friendly atmosphere, with the occasional curveball (e.g. a deep-fried PBJ sandwich).
For a town with such a significant Polish immigrant population, Baltimore sure is thin on the pierogi. Fortunately, Ze Mean Bean fills this gap beautifully. The pierogi plate is a lifesaver, with homemade tender dough pockets of potato and cheese, cabbage, or sweet farmers cheese. But we also highly recommend the voluptuous holupki (stuffed cabbage) and the leczo, homemade potato dumplings sautéed with fresh house-made sausage. Those new to Eastern European eats should go for the Slavic Sampler, a butter-slathered plate of Polish mother's love.
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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